Saturday, May 23, 2015 Sivan 5, 5775
Hate Goes Way Beyond the Limits of Free Speech Concerning “Anti-Semitic Material Pops Up in City, Suburbs” (City & Suburb, Jan. 26), my appreciation goes out to the Jewish Exponent for covering something that otherwise might have gone unnoticed. I’m one of those residents who found such anti-Jewish hate literature on my front lawn. The impact on my shalom bayit...
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The other day while driving to my office, I passed by The Philadelphia Inquirer and viewed a familiar sight: demonstrators protesting the publication of what they saw as an offensive cartoon in the newspaper. Many groups in this city have taken their turn waving signs in front of the Knight-Ridder bastion on North Broad Street. In the not-so-distant-past, some of...
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Jihad controversy at Brandeis puts Israel's Hamas dilemma in perspective
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Dr. Khalil Shikaki It was bound to happen. As soon as Hamas won the Palestinian legislative elections last week, “moderates” were discovered in their midst. With the last shred of hope for a viable peace process with the Palestinians tossed into the trash can by a landslide election victory for Hamas, some true believers in the inevitability of peace are...
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Blame the Unafilliated, Who Chose Not to Belong! It was with considerable chagrin that I read your article on the closing of 50-year-old Congregation Beth Chaim and its merger with Congregation Shaare-Shamayim, particularly since I experienced the merger firsthand as a member of the Beth Chaim merger committee (Cover Story: "One Door Closes, Another Opens Up," Jan. 19). However, the...
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The victory of Hamas in the recent Palestinian legislative elections rendered a clear verdict on the future of the peace process. While Fatah could never quite bring itself to accept peace with Israel or completely renounce terrorism, it had agreed to do so at least in principle. But the radical Islamists of Hamas split no such hairs. They believe in...
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